I’m A Celeb crew ‘on high alert’ as THIS campmate appears ‘set to quit’ after just hours

The crew of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! are said to be on “high alert” as one of the campmates appears “set to quit” within just hours of entering the jungle.
The brand new series kicked off on Sunday night, and saw JLS star Marvin Humes, EastEnders actress Danielle Harold, Britney Spears’ younger sister Jamie Lynn, Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson, and This Morning host Josie Gibson face their fears.
First Dates’ Fred Sirieix, food critic Grace Dent, Hollyoaks actor Nick Pickard, social media star Nella Rose, Hollyoaks actor Nick Pickard and former leader of the Brexit Party Nigel Farage complete the line-up for this series.
According to The UK Sun, Jamie Lynn was said to have been “miserable” in camp, after facing a skydive and the first trial of the season, titled Temple of Doom.
A source claimed the mom-of-two isolated herself in camp on Saturday and stayed in bed yesterday morning, with the crew worried she’s a “flight risk”.
The source said: “The entry trials for I’m A Celebrity are notoriously tough and Jamie wasn’t the only one who struggled through the challenges.”
“But away from the cameras and scenes that aired on TV, it’s her behaviour in camp that has become obvious to crew.”
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“She has kept herself somewhat separate, not really socialising — and stayed in bed,” the source continued.
“It looked like she is really missing her family and, of course, unlike the other celebs, who are all from the UK and mostly know — or know of — each other, Jamie Lynn didn’t have immediate connections like that.”
I’m A Celeb campmates are required to stay in the jungle for 72 hours to receive their full pay – a rule which came to light after Gemma Collins’ abrupt show exit in 2014.